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Fact of the Week

Fact of the Week

George Bush did his best to help his brother's re-election campaign last week by proposing that the federal government buy out the companies that held the untapped oil and gas drilling rights in the Everglades and Gulf of Mexico. However, the same administration has declined to extend the same treatment to equally unpopular untapped oil and gas leases off of the California coast. And—surprise—the governor of California is a Democrat.

Source: San Francisco Chronicle, 7 June 2002.

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Rated NC-V: Note for Citizen Viewing
Paul Corrigan

What is it about citizens viewing unfiltered media that makes the Bush administration nervous? Everything.

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The Gilded Triangle
Tim Francis-Wright

A gilded triangle including corporate executives, accounting firms, and corporate boards of directors allows executives to run companies for their own personal enrichment.

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